Friday, October 19, 2018

Danish aid targets return of 1,000 rejected asylum seekers

Denmark is for the first time directly linking development funds with the return of migrants whose applications for asylum have been turned down. So far DKK 50 million in aid have been allocated to facilitate the return from Denmark of 198 rejected asylum seekers to six countries, including Nigeria, Somalia and Afghanistan.


Nicolai Ruge, Danish Ambassador-at-Large for Migration
Photo: Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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